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New Ontario poll gives Doug Ford’s PCs a 9-point lead

Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservatives have a comfortable lead over their Liberal and New Democrat rivals in a…

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More snow, deep freeze will make it feel like you’re shovelling ‘concrete,’ expert warns

Environment Canada says to expect between two to five centimetres of snow to fall by Wednesday, followed by freezing temperatures…

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Advocates seek ‘urgent changes’ to solve affordability crisis as Ontario housing summit begins

After delays due to COVID-19, the Doug Ford government will convene a housing summit on Wednesday with opposition parties and…

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Durham board won’t change name of Julie Payette Public School despite controversy

The Durham District School Board says it has decided it won’t change the name of a Whitby, Ont. elementary school…

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Ford government could lose $2.8B over 5 years in online gambling bet, confidential report warns

As Premier Doug Ford’s government prepares to open up the online gambling market in Ontario, a new report warns its…

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Toronto tenant says she’s a victim of ‘renoviction,’ but landlord insists everything’s above board

A Toronto woman maintains she’s being unfairly kicked out of the apartment she’s lived in for 15 years. But the…

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Ontario reports 4,183 hospitalizations for people with COVID-19

Ontario is reporting a new pandemic record of 4,183 hospitalizations of people with COVID-19 on Tuesday, as the Omicron variant…

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1 man dead in Etobicoke shooting early Tuesday

Toronto police said they were called to the area of Islington Avenue and Rexdale Boulevard, near Bergamot Avenue, at approximately 2:46 a.m. for report…

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Halton Catholic school board revives debate on LGBTQ inclusion with motion on Pride flag

The Halton Catholic school community is about to revive a heated debate about whether to fly the Pride flag outside…

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Half of Ontario opioid deaths interacted with health-care system the month before: study

Half of Ontarians who died of an opioid overdose in the early stages of the pandemic had interacted with the…

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